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Will it kill him?
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Hmmm... .22 magnum might do the job, yeah?
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I saw yes, depending on where in the head obviously.
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if you use 22lr, i think you have to shoot it in the eye. that should do it. otherwise, i might be a slow death.
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Yes. I used to sit on our back balcony when I was a kid and head shot coyotes that were coming to get the chickens in their pen. That was a 50-65 yard shot, depending how close I wanted to let them get. Never more than one shot and I probably killed 100 of those things over the years.
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Oh yeah, and probably further if you can make the shot:

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I know a guy that used to hunt cougar in MT. He'd have a dog tree the cougar, then stand under the tree and shoot it as close to the eye or ear as he could (depending on the angle) and it's take the cougar down. .22, even .22LR can be VERY deadly with proper shot placement.

I would question if it's legal though. I don't know much about hunting laws but I've been told that it's not legal to use .22LR to hunt deer (and it's kinda stupid too) so it may not be legal to use .22LR to hunt coyote too. Not sure.

BTW the fella hunting the cougars always had a .357 on his hip just in case LOL
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It should do the job but maybe go with 22mag or better yet .223
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A head shot will definetly put him right down if you know where to place the bullet. Unless you catch him flat-footed, you're much better off with a heart and lung shot, which will put him right down with less potential suffering.

this link might help you with bullet placement. http://www.vetmed.wsu.edu/cliented/a.../dog_resp.aspx
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Copied straight from CCI's website on their new 22lr cartridge...

"Also excellent for larger varmints up to the size of woodchucks, fox, and coyotes is Velocitor™, the world's fastest 40 grain hollow point. At 1400+ feet/sec, Velocitor carries energy farther. The hollow point design, inspired by Speer® Gold Dot® pistol bullet technology, holds the bullet together for the deeper penetration needed for larger critters."

Sounds like a definite yes, you could kill a yote with it.
The Velocitor's good stuff.
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You will definitely put down a coyote with a head shot at 50 yds.
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You will definitely put down a coyote with a head shot at 50 yds.
What about on zombies? Definitely need a head shot on them.
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What about on zombies? Definitely need a head shot on them.
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I've dropped a deer at about 125 yards with a single .22lr to the head. So, 50yards, you bet! A well placed shot will drop it in it's tracks! BTW, the deer incident happened a long time ago. The statute of limitations has long passed. I was poor and hungry. Ever bit of the animal was used down to the sinew!
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Be sure to use enough gun... Personally, I hate to see an animal suffer if it isn't a clean kill.

Following a blood train to finish the job isn't fun...
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Be sure to use enough gun... Personally, I hate to see an animal suffer if it isn't a clean kill.

Following a blood train to finish the job isn't fun...

If the OP wants more gun, I'll bring a couple of 50BMGs down and we can set up a stand a couple of blocks away. Then again, even a big caliber is no substitution for a well placed shot. We used to have a FCSA member with a .510" scare in his torso he got from friendly fire during his time in Korea. Yea, bigger doesn't help much if the shot isn't good. A .22lr at short range works fine.
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why not use a .223 softpoint for a chest shot at fifty yards , and hear the satisfying WOP instead
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.22 can kill most anything if the placement is right. Being able to hit a vital area is crucial to making the .22 work.
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This is a thread for.. professional coyote hunter! I bet he could tell ya. I asked him the same question and he said yeah.
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If it's not a sure kill don't take the shot. I thought that was hunting ethics 101.
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Oh yeah, and probably further if you can make the shot:

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I have broad side shot them and dropped them in their tracks with a .22lr. The head should do just fine. If your finances permit it go with a .223 or .243 for coyotes.

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I have broad side shot them and dropped them in their tracks with a .22lr. The head should do just fine. If your finances permit it go with a .223 or .243 for coyotes.
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I have never tried it but if you want to I can call them in and you blast him and if it is not effective I'll finish him with the .30-06. I am truly a believer in a one shot one kill but I also like proving false advertisement wrong.
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I'd say it's a bit risky. You should only ever take shots that you are sure that will kill the animal with the first shot. It doesn't always work that way, but that is the way it should be done.
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If the OP wants more gun, I'll bring a couple of 50BMGs down and we can set up a stand a couple of blocks away. Then again, even a big caliber is no substitution for a well placed shot. We used to have a FCSA member with a .510" scare in his torso he got from friendly fire during his time in Korea. Yea, bigger doesn't help much if the shot isn't good. A .22lr at short range works fine.
Where exactly on his torso did he get hit? Thats amazing. Did he descripe the feeling of the contents of his torso being temp cavity-ized? Tell more!

Yes a .22lr will kill a coyote. It will probably kill anyting really. Shot placement is KEY. I remember hitting a rabbit like 8 times with my AK-74 and it took pretty long to die. Its *** was completely blown up and somehow those shots placed in its chest didnt kill him quick. I tried at least.
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c,mon guys a 22 will dump a yote with a good shot as long as you can hit what you are aiming at up to 150 yards a 22mag will handle it up to 250 and you should see what a 223 vmax does to a yote at 300 yard it still fubars their pelt IMHO a 22mag or 22 hornet is best for yotes in ca that is unless it is windy or you regularly make long shots in that case a 223 is perfect it just makes a mess i have friend that shoots a bb 22-250 and my 233 will shoot next to him all day long. and a 243 just turns them inside out
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c,mon guys a 22 will dump a yote with a good shot as long as you can hit what you are aiming at up to 150 yards a 22mag will handle it up to 250 and you should see what a 223 vmax does to a yote at 300 yard it still fubars their pelt IMHO a 22mag or 22 hornet is best for yotes in ca that is unless it is windy or you regularly make long shots in that case a 223 is perfect it just makes a mess i have friend that shoots a bb 22-250 and my 233 will shoot next to him all day long. and a 243 just turns them inside out
I agree with your caliber choices. Too bad in LA county we are not allowed the .22MAG or the Hornet (or any centerfires)for hunting yotes. I agree the damage report on the 223 vmax is substantial at 200-300 yards. If I am just out to kill I take my .30-06 for practice for deer season and that makes a mess out of them with a 180gr Core lokt.
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I agree with your caliber choices. Too bad in LA county we are not allowed the .22MAG or the Hornet (or any centerfires)for hunting yotes.
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